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Mine Wieliczka Salt

Mine Wieliczka Salt

The Mine Wieliczka Salt is a deep salt mine and is situated 14km from Krakow in the southeast direction. This salt mine is strange and frightening, due to the deep tunnel which is around 300km and is spread in nine levels. The deepest tunnel is at the depth of 327m underground. Everything in this tunnel has been crafted by the hands and with salt blocks. The entire salt mine is not open for the public and only a certain section, which is from 64m to 135m, consisting of 22 chambers is open to the public. The salt mine has many fascinating pieces which include statues, monuments, chapel and even an underground lake. The chapel of St Kaplica SW Kingi is the most famous piece, along with the chamber's Stainislaw Staszic and Eram Baracz.

Travelling to Krakow, Poland

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Krakow is the second largest and the oldest city in Poland. The city is situated on the banks of the river Vistula and the city came into existence from the 7Th Century. Krakow has contributed to Poland academically, artistically and culturally. Krakow makes a huge contribution to the Poland economy. The discovery of Krakow is very fascinating, as it is believed that the city was discovered at the defeat of a dragon. The city has a mystical atmosphere and this adds to its beauty. Krakow is becoming a tourist attraction by each passing year. This is due to the great architecture of the city, which is a perfect blend of the past and the present, which the city has witnessed. The quiet streets and the beautiful squares add immensely to the beauty of Krakow. But the city offers more to its visitors which is above the history and the city's nightlife.

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Krakow Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Due to the increase in the crowd of tourist, it is advisable to book tickets beforehand. Also, it is recommended to have appropriate information about the place you have more interest, it will help you in buying the tickets of only those tours which interest you, especially in museums.

How To Get Around?

The best way to move around in Krakow is trams. It is available everywhere and connects you with all the important places. Another option which is helpful is buses. If a person is not comfortable with public transportation, then taking a taxi is the best option.

What Should I Wear?

There is no specific dress code. But it is advisable to check the weather before visiting Krakow. The place is hottest in July and coldest in January. Also, in July there is a lot of rain which takes place.

Krakow Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Krakow is from March to May and then from September to November. The weather is very pleasant during this time period.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, there is no need for a guide, as the required information is mostly given in English.

How To Get There?

The Krakow airport, which is John Paul II International Airport connects with all the major international and domestic airports. Also, the Warsaw Chopin Airport connects with flight, train, and bus to reach Krakow.

Additional Info

Do not drink alcohol in public, it is against the law.